Think Google Maps, in galactic proportions.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he wasn't about to take the bait: a question dealing with that quintessential junk food, Twinkies.
Marriage proposals involve planning, buying a ring and, sometimes, running into a radio reporter.
The demand of dozens of citizens has been denied in the Ecuadorean city of Guayaquil: There will be no jackass running for the legislature.
Few things on the Internet make people happier than cat videos. There are thousands of feline antics on YouTube, but a new Swedish ad is stealing their thunder.
Forget texting while driving. German police say they nabbed a driver who had wired his Ford station wagon with an entire mobile office.
A 51-year-old Wichita man has his wallet back after a would-be robber recognized him as a former fellow inmate.
Firefighters in Colorado say a woman's belly button ring became entangled with a drain cover in a shallow splash pool but that she was freed without injury.
Fantastic fibbers vied at a remote pub in northwestern England on Thursday for the title of world's biggest liar.
A man who was pulled over and cited after flipping off a Utah police officer in 2010 has agreed to drop his complaint after the city of Orem agreed to pay him $2,500 in damages and promised not to ticket anyone else for the obscene gesture.
A judge's offer to allow an Ohio drug defendant the chance to stay out of prison if he'd give up marijuana might have just gone up in smoke.
Ever since Tycho Brahe died suddenly more than 400 years ago, there has been mystery about whether the Dane whose celestial observations laid the groundwork for modern astronomy fell victim to natural causes or was murdered.
A Rhode Island man police say used counterfeit $100 bills to make purchases at a Target store made a critical mistake.
The website Zazzle is selling a plain white T- shirt that boasts the words "I am the shirtless FBI agent," poking fun at the man who allegedly sent shirtless photos of himself to socialite Jill Kelley.
A small plane has made an emergency landing in traffic on a highway median in the Sacramento area.
An unexplained flying object is buzzing over Denver that experts cannot identify as a plane, debris or balloon.
Once referred to as the "people's republic of Santa Monica" because of its socially conscious government, the Los Angeles coastal suburb now wants to find out whether its citizens are feeling groovy.
Before Nate Silver blogged about politics on his now-famous New York Times blog, FiveThirtyEight, he blogged about burritos.
A prankster is changing the message on an electronic traffic warning sign in Northern California.
Police in South Africa say they've arrested a 25-year-old man who swallowed 220 polished diamonds in an attempt to smuggle them out of the country.